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Anyone reminiscent of my very favorite author E. Benson is well-worth a try! I am also a Hazel Holt fan of many years. I am having a memory lapse! I am trying to remember an author I read many years ago whose main character was a woman herb person. Her husband was murdered and she was a suspect. She really knew her herbs. Can anyone help me please!! There were several in the series. The book where her husband is murdered is several books into the series.

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All of the books start with Face Down. These books are great! I have read every one. I love them. The stories are interesting and it really is a good cozy. If you want to read a good series, try this one. I think I am going to go back and start reading them over again! Thanks, Patti! You are yet another person who enjoys Hazel Holt. It looks like there are several of us…. Mallory series. What a treasure trove of real cozy english mysteries.

The writing is perfect. Some good editors The mysteries are all very good, believable and just plain interesting stories. I have found 7 in a library. Thanks again Danna, and Mrs. Holt for your good books. Tressa, I read an interview with Hazel Holt where she gives her editors a lot of credit.

Thank you for clarifying. I really enjoy your books. You have given me many hours of reading pleasure! I love the picture on the cover of the book. It is my favorite.

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It has been a very enjoyable time for me, hours of pleasurable reading and very good writing. I have just finished the final book in the series at least, I think it is…can anyone confirm? I received this particular book for Christmas a couple of years ago from my husband, who stumbled across this author while looking for a new author for me as a surprise…and it WAS! When I looked up the book list and found that this was book 21, I wanted to read the series from book 1, putting off reading this one until I got to it…thus began my journey with Mrs.

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Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Facebook Twitter Email. Comments Thanks for sharing. It looks like I will have another cozy mystery author that I love. Sarah, I sure hope you enjoy Hazel Holt as much as I have. I now have an on-going list of British words, places of interest, etc. Kath, I am so glad you, too, are enjoying Mrs.

Susanne Alleyn, The Cavalier of the Apocalypse , about a penniless writer who becomes the chief suspect in a murder investigation after he discovers a corpse in a graveyard; 3 in the Aristide Ravel mystery series a prequel to Game of Patience and A Treasury of Regrets. Susanne Alleyn, Palace of Justice , about a freelance assistant to the Paris police who investigates the appearance of headless, but not guillotined, corpses in Revolutionary Paris; 4 in the Aristide Ravel mystery series. Brackston, Gretel and the Case of the Missing Frog Prints , historical fantasy mystery about a woman in eighteenth-century Bavaria the grown-up Gretel of "Hansel and Gretel" who takes on the job of searching for a set of missing artworks by Albrecht Durer the Much Much Younger; 1 in the Brothers Grimm mystery series.

Brackston, Once Upon a Crime , historical fantasy mystery about a woman in eighteenth-century Bavaria the grown-up Gretel of "Hansel and Gretel" whose efforts to trace some missing cats appears to be connected to a murder; 2 in the Brothers Grimm mystery series; a prequel to 1. Brackston, The Case of the Fickle Mermaid , historical fantasy mystery about a woman in eighteenth-century Bavaria the grown-up Gretel of "Hansel and Gretel" who accepts employment as a detective on a cruise ship to find out why sailors are mysteriously disappearing; 3 in the Brothers Grimm mystery series.

Doherty, The Masked Man , an investigation into the identity of the "man in the iron mask" set in eighteenth century Paris. Laura Lebow, The Figaro Murders , a mystery in which Mozart's librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte is accused of murdering a nobleman's protege and must clear himself while meeting the impending deadline for the Marriage of Figaro libretto. Laura Lebow, Sent to the Devil , a mystery in which Mozart's librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte tries to find out who murdered a priest who was an old friend of his, while putting a final polish on his libretto for Don Giovanni ; 2 in the Lorenzo Da Ponte mystery series.

Beverle Graves Myers, Interrupted Aria , about a young castrato singer in eighteenth century Venice whose friend is accused of murdering a prima donna; 1 in the Baroque Mystery series. Beverle Graves Myers, Painted Veil , about a young castrato singer in eighteenth century Venice on the trail of a villain who wears the bird mask of a plague doctor; 2 in the Baroque Mystery series.

Beverle Graves Myers, Cruel Music , about a young castrato singer in eighteenth century Rome whose brother is arrested on a trumped-up smuggling charge during the controversy over who should succeed the dying Pope Clement XII; 3 in the Baroque Mystery series. Beverle Graves Myers, The Iron Tongue of Midnight , about a young castrato singer in eighteenth century Venice who is paid lavishly to accept the lead role in a new opera, where he stumbles into a case of murder; 4 in the Baroque Mystery series.

Niklas Natt Och Dag, The Wolf and the Watchman in the original Swedish, English translation , about a night watchman and a dying lawyer in Stockholm who team up to catch a sadistic killer. Charles O'Brien, Mute Witness , about a deaf seamstress who helps an English actress investigate a murder during the years leading up to the French Revolution; 1 in the Anne Cartier series. Charles O'Brien, Black Gold , about a former actress who tutors deaf children and investigates a murder in Georgian Bath, England, assisted by a friend from Paris; 2 in the Anne Cartier series.

Charles O'Brien, Noble Blood , about a woman who tutors deaf children and investigates the murder of a friend of Marie Antoinette after a deaf housemaid is accused of the crime; 3 in the Anne Cartier series. Charles O'Brien, Lethal Beauty , about a former actress who tutors deaf children and investigates the murder of a Paris artist during the period before the French Revolution; 4 in the Anne Cartier series. Charles O'Brien, Fatal Carnival , about a teacher of the deaf who investigates a twenty-year-old murder; 5 in the Anne Cartier series.

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Charles O'Brien, Cruel Choices , about a former tutor to deaf children whose search for a missing young woman uncovers a prostitution ring connected to the Marquis de Sade; 6 in the Anne Cartier series. Charles O'Brien, Assassins' Rage , about a husband and wife who investigate the murder of two high officials in Revolutionary Paris; 7 in the Anne Cartier series. Matt Rees, Mozart's Last Aria , a mystery which imagines Mozart's sister Nannerl investigating her brother's untimely death. Lou Jane Temple, Death du Jour , about a cook for a wealthy household in Paris who must solve a murder mystery on the eve of the Revolution.

Becky Akers, Halestorm , a novel about Nathan Hale which imagines that he and another man were rivals for a woman's love; self-published. Hervey Allen, The Forest and the Fort , about a white man raised by the Shawnee in western Pennsylvania in the s; 1 in the City of the Dawn series. Hervey Allen, Bedford Village , about a white man raised by the Shawnee in western Pennsylvania in the s; 2 in the City of the Dawn series. Hervey Allen, Toward the Morning , about a white man raised by the Shawnee in western Pennsylvania in the s; 3 in the City of the Dawn series.

Christine Blevins, The Tory Widow , historical romance about a widow who is making her living running her late husband's business printing Tory propaganda when she encounters the ardent American patriot who awakened her passions with a kiss ten years earlier. Christine Blevins, Midwife of the Blue Ridge , about a Scottish midwife who becomes an indentured servant in order to pay for her voyage to America.

Founding Father James Madison. Sally Cabot, Benjamin Franklin's Bastard , about William Franklin, the son of Benjamin Franklin and his mistress, who was raised by Franklin's common-law wife and remained loyal to the Crown during the American Revolution. John M. Cahill, Primitive Passions , about an Irish deserter from the British Navy who becomes a fur trader in upstate New York and discovers he has a knack for negotiating between a Dutch colony and their Iroquois neighbors; 1 in the planned Boschloper Saga series.

Jimmy Carter, The Hornet's Nest , about a man who migrates to Georgia with his wife and family on the eve of the Revolutionary War and experiences the war as it was fought in the Deep South. Jerome Charyn, Johnny One-Eye , a bawdy comic novel about a one-eyed rogue who joins Benedict Arnold as a spy for the British even though he suspects George Washington may be his father. Jennifer Chiaverini, Mrs. Clare Clark, Savage Lands , about a young woman who goes to French Louisiana in as part of a group sent to become wives for the colonists.

Edward Cline, Sparrowhawk Book One: Jack Frake , about an intelligent and restless young man who joins a group pressing for greater freedom in s England, a harbinger of the American Revolution; 1 in the Sparrowhawk series. Edward Cline, Sparrowhawk Book Two: Hugh Kenrick , about a talented but rebellious young English nobleman who gets in trouble for his political views; 2 in the Sparrowhawk series. Copperstone, Bittersweet Tavern , about a widowed barmaid who has an affair with a sea captain fighting for the American colonists. Bernard Cornwell, Redcoat , about the American Revolution from the perspective of a British soldier.

Thomas B. Costain, High Towers , about a young woman from Montreal who marries a brute instead of the man she loves in order to help her brother retain his position as governor of the New Orleans colony in French Louisiana. Susan F. Craft, The Chamomile , about a young woman in British-occupied Charlestown, South Carolina, who joins a group of Patriot spies in order to rescue her brother from a prison ship. Denis, the founder of the city of Natchitoches, Louisiana.

Jodi Daynard, The Midwife's Revolt , about a widowed midwife who becomes friends with Abigail Adams in the early days of the Revolution and begins to have feelings for a man she suspects may be a Tory spy. Elizabeth Nell Dubus, Cajun , about a family banished from Nova Scotia who settle in Louisiana and rise to wealth and power, and a French family which escapes the Revolution and struggles to rebuild their fortune in Louisiana. Cindy Dyson, And She Was , about the tragic decision that allows three women to survive the Russian conquest of the Aleutian Islands, and the effects on subsequent generations into the s when a woman follows her boyfriend to Unalaska Island.

Robert Evans, Barbary Slave , about a U. Ben Farmer, Evangeline forthcoming in April , about a young Acadian woman, separated from her husband-to-be when the British drive the French out of Canada, who makes a ten-year journey overland to New Orleans in search of him. Howard Fast, The Crossing , about Washington's crossing of the Delaware on Christmas Day to make a surprise attack on Hessian mercenaries fighting for the British. Fender, Audacity, Privateer Out of Portsmouth , about an American seaman who becomes a privateer to harass the British fleet during the American Revolution; 2 in the Geoffrey Frost series.

Fender, On the Spur of Speed , about an American seaman who becomes a privateer to harass the British fleet during the American Revolution; 4 in the Geoffrey Frost series. Fender, The Lucifer Cypher , about an American seaman who becomes a privateer to harass the British fleet during the American Revolution; 5 in the Geoffrey Frost series.

Lion Feuchtwanger, Proud Destiny , about Benjamin Franklin, sent to France in by the revolutionary government of what would become the United States, and his efforts to gain arms and aid from the French monarchy. Kathy Fischer-Brown, Winter Fire , about a young white woman raised by the Seneca Indians and the white man who finds her almost unconscious in a frozen creek and rescues her.

Tom Fitzgerald, Poor Richard's Lament: A Most Timely Tale , about Benjamin Franklin looking back on his life years after his death and visiting America in the 21st century to witness what has become of it. Norman Gautreau, Island Of First Light , about the men and women of a fictional island off the coast of Maine in the present day, and the expulsion of Acadiens from Nova Scotia in Gerson, The Cumberland Rifles , about a mercenary hired by the Spanish to influence the "state" of Franklin later Tennessee to become part of Spain's territories in the mids, who changes sides and helps defeat the Cherokee, allies of Spain.

Gerson, Daughter Of Eve , about Pocahontas. Newt Gingrich and William R. Kathleen Grissom, The Kitchen House , about a white indentured servant who grows up working with black slaves in the kitchen of a Virginia tobacco plantation, and then finds her loyalties divided after she marries the plantation owner's son.

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Lauren Groff, The Monsters of Templeton , about a present-day woman, descended from a famous author, who returns to her hometown in upstate New York and researches her ancestors going back to the town's founding in the late eighteenth century. Sally Gunning, The Rebellion of Jane Clarke , about a young woman who goes to stay with her aunt in Boston, where she begins to question the fervor of the colonists who oppose British rule as she sees honesty becoming a casualty.

Sally Gunning, Bound , about an indentured servant in eighteenth century New England. Richard A. Hackett Jr. William C. Hammond, A Matter of Honor , about a teenager who joins the crew of John Paul Jones during the American Revolution in order to avenge his brother's death on a British naval vessel; 1 in the Cutler Family series. Hammond, For Love of Country , about a Boston shipowner who sets out to rescue his brother after the family ship is captured by Barbary pirates; 2 in the Cutler Family series. William Heath, Blacksnake's Path , about William Wells, who lived as a Miami Indian after being captured in at age thirteen, and later worked as a scout for the U.

Army, as a translator and as an Indian agent. Lars D. Hedbor, The Prize , a coming-of-age story about a young man in Colonial Vermont whose father is away serving with Ethan Allen's Green Mountain Boys when the war comes to the family farm on Lake Champlain. Lawrence Hill, Someone Knows My Name ; titled The Book of Negroes in Canada , about a woman kidnapped as a child in West Africa in and transported to America as a slave who clings to the hope of regaining her freedom.

Hochstetler, Daughter of Liberty , about a young woman who sympathizes with the American revolutionaries and the handsome officer in the British army to whom she feels attracted; Christian message; 1 in the American Patriot series. Hochstetler, Native Son , about a young woman who works as both a doctor's assistant and a spy for the American revolutionaries, and the army officer she loves; Christian message; 2 in the American Patriot series.

Alice Hoffman, The Red Garden , linked short stories, some with a touch of magical realism, set in a small town in Massachusetts from through the present. Hotchner, Louisiana Purchase , about a French aristocrat sent to colonial Louisiana in the mid-eighteenth century after getting into trouble at court. Pamela Jekel, Natchez , about a Connecticut man who experiences tragedy during his family's migration to Natchez, Louisiana, in the mid-eighteenth century.

Michael Kilian, Major Washington , about three years in the life of George Washington from , while he was an officer in the British army. Le Blanc, Evangeline: Paradise Stolen , about two lovers separated in when the British drive the French out of Canada; self-published. Lindermuth, The Accidental Spy , about a rogue who falls in love and, by accident, becomes a hero during the Revolutionary War.

Gerard Mac, The Way It Was , about a group of wealthy young men and women in Boston who must decide whether to remain loyal to the British or to join the American Revolution. William Martin, Citizen Washington , a biographical novel about George Washington, narrated by a variety of the people who knew him, from his slaves to John and Abigail Adams. Van Wyck Mason, Three Harbours , about three brothers during the early part of the American Revolution, as ships are built in Norfolk while Boston and Bermuda are blockaded by the British; available in an omnibus edition, Roads to Liberty.

Van Wyck Mason, Stars on the Sea , about a crewman on a privateer ship during the American Revolution and his attraction to a sweet girl at home and a lusty Creole in the Caribbean; available in an omnibus edition, Roads to Liberty. Van Wyck Mason, Eagle in the Sky , about three young doctors during the last difficult years of the American Revolution, when the assistance of a small French naval squadron offered a slim hope of defeating the British; available in an omnibus edition, Roads to Liberty.

Van Wyck Mason, Guns for Rebellion , about a British naval artillery officer wrongly accused of firing on British troops who deserts to the American rebels. Jack McLaughlin, Williamsburg: Virginia on the Eve of Revolution , about an attractive London widow sent to Williamsburg to spy on the colony's governor, and a Boston merchant who arrives to arouse opposition to the British; self-published. Elizabeth Shown Mills, Isle of Canes , a family saga beginning in French Louisiana near Nachitoches in featuring a family that rose from slavery and later owned slaves themselves.

Wu Ming, Manituana , about a Mohawk war chief who sees the harmony of a community of Irish, Scots and Native Americans threatened when the American Revolution breaks out, and travels to New York, Canada and London in an attempt to save it; authored collectively by the five Italians who wrote Q and Siri Mitchell, The Messenger , about a young Quaker woman whose brother runs away from home to join the rebel army during the American Revolution; Christian message.

Robert Morgan, Brave Enemies , about a young bride who dresses as a man to fight in the Revolutionary War after her husband is captured by the British. Alice Munro, The View from Castle Rock , a short story collection inspired by the experiences of the author and her Canadian ancestors, beginning with eighteenth-century immigrants from Scotland.


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Alex Myers, Revolutionary , about Deborah Samson, an indentured servant who disguised herself as a man and fought in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. James L. Nelson, By Force of Arms , about an American ship captain who scuttles his ship rather than surrender to the British as the Revolutionary War begins; 1 in the Revolution at Sea series. Nelson, The Maddest Idea , about an American ship captain captured by the British when he sails to Bermuda to seize a store of their gunpowder; 2 in the Revolution at Sea series. Nelson, The Continental Risque , about an American ship captain serving in the new United States Navy in who must cope with both the British Navy and a crew on the brink of mutiny; 3 in the Revolution at Sea series.

Nelson, Lords of the Ocean , about an American ship captain who faces unexpected challenges while he carries Benjamin Franklin to France; 4 in the Revolution at Sea series. Nelson, All the Brave Fellows , about an American ship captain who while sailing to Philadelphia with his wife and child to accept a new command in the Revolutionary War discovers the entire British fleet is in his path; 5 in the Revolution at Sea series.

Nelson, The Guardship , about a man who gives up his life as a pirate in order to settle in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he gains command of the town's guardship; 1 in the Brethren of the Coast series. Nelson, The Blackbirder , about a former pirate sent to hunt down a black pirate, a former friend who slaughtered the crew of a slave ship; 2 in the Brethren of the Coast series.


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  • Nelson, The Pirate Round , about a former pirate whose voyage to the Indian Ocean puts him on course to encounter some dangerous enemies out of his past; 3 in the Brethren of the Coast series. Diana Norman, A Catch of Consequence , about a patriotic American woman who lands in trouble when she rescues an upperclass Englishman from drowning during the Boston Tea Party. Leonardo Noto, The Life of a Colonial Fugitive , about a soldier in the Revolutionary War who flees an unfair war crimes charge and joins a mercenary force fighting in Siam; self-published. Anne Rice, Interview with the Vampire , about a year-old vampire who began as a young indigo planter in Louisiana distraught over his brother's suicide; 1 in the Vampire Chronicles series, in which the later books have progressively less realistic historical content.

    Conrad Richter, The Free Man , about a German boy who emigrates to America, becomes an indentured servant in Philadelphia, and struggles for freedom. Conrad Richter, Country of Strangers , about a white girl raised by Indians who is returned to her white father after a peace treaty. Kenneth Lewis Roberts, Boon Island , about men struggling to survive after a shipwreck off the Maine coast in Kenneth Lewis Roberts, Arundel , about a young man during the Revolutionary War; includes a sympathetic portrayal of Benedict Arnold; 1 in the Chronicles of Arundel series.

    Navy during the Revolutionary War; includes a sympathetic portrayal of Benedict Arnold; 2 in the Chronicles of Arundel series series continues during the War of see 19th Century U. Lucia St. Dana Fuller Ross, Yankee Rogue , about a disgraced British officer who comes to America in the s as an indentured servant at the time of the French and Indian Wars and becomes a cavalry leader in the colonial militia; Dana Fuller Ross is a pen name used by Noel B.

    William Safire, Scandalmonger , about James Thomson Callender, a journalist secretly hired by Thomas Jefferson to sully Alexander Hamilton's reputation, and who later exposed Jefferson's relationship with his slave Sally Hemings. Nicole Salomone, Forgotten , about a society woman who, after disaster strikes, becomes a camp follower of the Continental Army and learns medicine and surgery during the American Revolution; self-published. Shirley Seifert, Waters of the Wilderness , about George Rogers Clark and his struggle to hold the Illinois and Kentucky territories during after they have been won from the British for the United States of America.

    Mary Lee Settle, O Beulah Land , about the founding of a West Virginia town in the early part of the eighteenth century; 2 but the first written in the Beulah Quintet series, which covers a range of time periods. Katy Simpson Smith, Free Men , about an escaped slave, a white orphan, and a Creek Indian who are being tracked down for murder in the American South.

    Linda Spalding, The Purchase , about a Quaker family opposed to slavery who move from Pennsylvania to the Virginia frontier in , where slaves are the only farm workers available. Carol Spradling, Cost of Freedom , historical romance about a Boston woman loyal to England who, on the eve of the Revolution, is shocked to discover her childhood friend supports the Sons of Liberty. Stokes, Jr.

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    Beverly Swerling, Shadowbrook: A Novel of Love, War and the Birth of America , a novel set during the French and Indian War about two men raised as brothers on a Manhattan Island plantation and the woman who loves one of them but also wishes to become a nun. James Alexander Thom, Long Knife , about George Rogers Clark, who set out to conquer the territory between the Ohio and Mississippi rivers for the United States during the years immediately following the Revolution.

    Nancy E. Carter Vaughan, Scoundrel's Brigade , about the efforts of the American Revolutionaries to prevent the British from destroying the Colonial economy by counterfeiting Colonial money in ; Carter Vaughan is a pen name of Noel B. Gore Vidal, Burr , a biographical novel about Aaron Burr.

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    Christine Wade, Seven Locks , about a farm woman near the Catskills whose husband abandons her and their children on the eve of the American Revolution. Juliet Waldron, Independent Heart , a romantic novel about a New York heiress abducted during the Revolutionary War by a British officer she despises.

    Juliet Waldron, Genesee , a romantic novel about a woman of mixed white and Iroquois blood during the Revolutionary War; available in ebook form only. Ben Ames Williams, Come Spring , about a young woman and her family who settle in the Maine wilderness during the Revolutionary War period, founding what would become the town of Union, Maine. Pat Winter, Woman Called Arkansas originally published in under the title River of Destiny , about a French explorer who falls in love with an Indian woman while searching for the mouth of the Mississippi River.

    Frank Yerby, Bride of Liberty , about a woman in love with the man engaged to marry her sister during the American Revolution. Frank Yerby, Jarrett's Jade , about a Highland Scot who settles in the American South in and falls in love with a woman he buys at a slave auction. Suzanne Adair, Paper Woman , about a twice-widowed printer's daughter trying to uncover the truth about her father's murder in in a Georgia village near a Creek Indian settlement.

    Robert Lee Hall, Murder at Drury Lane , a mystery which imagines Benjamin Franklin investigating arson and murder at a playhouse while visiting England in ; 3 in the Benjamin Franklin mystery series. Robert Lee Hall, Murder by the Waters , Benjamin Franklin suspects an attack on the coach in which he is traveling to Bath may not have been all it seemed; 5 in the Benjamin Franklin mystery series. Robert Lee Hall, London Blood , a mystery which imagines Benjamin Franklin investigating a series of murders of young women in London; 6 in the Benjamin Franklin mystery series.

    Barbara Hamilton, The Ninth Daughter , a mystery set in in which Abigail Adams not yet First Lady turns sleuth when she stumbles across a woman's corpse and her husband is accused of murdering the woman; 1 in the Abigail Adams mystery series. Barbara Hamilton, A Marked Man , a mystery featuring Abigail Adams as sleuth, trying to clear the name of a man accused of murder, with whom her young servant girl is in love; 2 in the Abigail Adams mystery series.

    Barbara Hamilton, Sup with the Devil , a mystery featuring Abigail Adams, the wife of attorney John Adams, who agrees to investigate a murder attempt on her nephew Horace after he is hired to translate an Arabic text involving pirate treasure; 3 in the Abigail Adams mystery series. Jackson, Thieftaker , historical fantasy set in Colonial Boston about a crime-solving sorcerer whose efforts to recover a murdered woman's necklace bring him into conflict with a more powerful sorcerer.

    Jane Kamensky and Jill Lepore, Blindspot , about a portrait painter, a fallen woman disguised as his male apprentice, and an Oxford-educated African-born doctor in pre-Revolutionary Boston who set out to find the truth after a revolutionary leader is murdered the day his portrait is to be painted. Eleanor Kuhns, A Simple Murder , about a former soldier who goes to a Shaker community in Maine in search of his son and becomes involved in investigating the murder of a young Shaker woman; 1 in the Will Rees mystery series. Eleanor Kuhns, Death of a Dyer , about a Maine farmer in who agrees to investigate the murder of an old friend; 2 in the Will Rees mystery series.

    Eleanor Kuhns, Cradle to Grave , about a Maine farmer and his wife who try to prove the innocence of a friend of theirs, a Shaker woman accused of kidnapping and murder; 3 in the Will Rees mystery series. Eleanor Kuhns, Death in Salem , about a Maine farmer who, in Salem on a shopping expedition for his pregnant wife, is persuaded to stay to investigate the deaths of a couple involved in the shipping industry; 4 in the Will Rees mystery series. Margaret Lawrence, Hearts and Bones , about a midwife's struggle to investigate a murder during a brutal Maine winter in ; 1 in the Hannah Trevor mystery series.

    Margaret Lawrence, Blood Red Roses , about a midwife who investigates a murder in late eighteenth century Maine; 2 in the Hannah Trevor mystery series. Margaret Lawrence, The Burning Bride , about a midwife who investigates a murder in late eighteenth century Maine; 3 in the Hannah Trevor mystery series. David Liss, The Whiskey Rebels , a thriller about a former spy for George Washington and a woman pioneer who, independently, become involved in Alexander Hamilton's development of the Bank of the United States and the Whiskey Rebellion during the s. Eliot Pattison, Bone Rattler , about a medically trained Scot sent to America on a convict ship where he becomes witness to a series of murders and apparent suicides; 1 in the Bone Rattler series.

    Eliot Pattison, Eye of the Raven , about a Scot whose Nipmuc Indian friend is accused of murder after they find a dying Virginian officer nailed to an Indian shrine tree; 2 in the Bone Rattler series. Andrew Taylor, The Scent of Death , about a British civil servant sent to New York during the American Revolution to assist Loyalists with property claims, where he also pursues a murder investigation.

    Donna Thorland, The Turncoat , a romantic thriller about a Quaker woman who spies for the American Revolution, and the British officer she loves; 2 in the Renegades of the Revolution series. Donna Thorland, The Rebel Pirate , a romantic thriller about a Boston woman, the daughter of a pirate, who becomes a privateer for the American patriots, and the British officer she loves; 2 in the Renegades of the Revolution series. Donna Thorland, The Dutch Girl , about a beautiful young finishing school teacher in the Hudson River Valley, who is committed to the Revolution, and the highwayman in league with the British who waylays her carriage in ; 4 in the Renegades of the Revolution series.

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    Review George Bowering, Burning Water , about Captain George Vancouver's voyage of discovery to the Pacific Northwest of the American continent, blending accurate details of the voyage with imaginative fiction. Review Diana Gabaldon, Dragonfly in Amber , about a woman who slips back in time to 18th century Scotland, repeating a trip she made twenty years before; 2 in the Outlander series.

    Review Georgette Heyer, These Old Shades , a Georgian romance about a dissipated aristocrat who rescues a ragged urchin and makes him his page boy, only to discover the boy is a young woman; a reworking of The Black Moth using the same characters in a different story. Review Georgette Heyer, Powder and Patch ; a reissue of her novel The Transformation of Philip Jetten minus the last chapter , a Georgian romance about a country gentleman who goes to Paris in a misguided attempt to acquire more polish after a London dandy pays court to the girl he loves. Seth Hunter, The Time of Terror , a British naval officer is given the assignment of wrecking the French economy by smuggling French banknotes into Paris in amid the bloody aftermath of the Revolution; 1 in the Captain Nathan Peake series Seth Hunter, The Tide of War , a British naval officer newly promoted to captain discovers the previous captain of his ship in the Caribbean was murdered, and must also cope with a dangerous French ship, a seductive woman, and an American agent; 2 in the Captain Nathan Peake series Seth Hunter, The Price of Glory , about a British naval commander sent on a secret mission to Paris during the French Revolution, where he has a fateful encounter with Napoleon Bonaparte; 3 in the Captain Nathan Peake series.

    Review at The Guardian Katharine McMahon, The Alchemist's Daughter , about the daughter of a Newtonian philosopher who marries for love after becoming pregnant and then rediscovers the value of her father's rational investigations. Review Andrew Motion, Silver , a sequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island , in which the son and daughter of two former pirates set out to find the remainder of the treasure their fathers left behind forty years previously.

    Diana Norman, Blood Royal , about an eighteenth century Englishwoman left destitute after her husband invests and loses her fortune in the South Sea Bubble Diana Norman, The Shores of Darkness , about a man on a quest to find two women his aunt sold as slaves in the West Indies Victoria Owens, Drawn to Perfection , about a shy young woman in the Welsh Marches in the s whose family's troubles could be solved if she marries well.

    Review at The Independent Hallie Rubenhold, The French Lesson , about a woman who goes to Paris to search for the man she loves, where she encounters a Scottish courtesan and is drawn into a nest of spies; 2 in the Confessions of Henrietta Lightfoot series. Jessica Stirling, The Fields of Fortune , about a young woman who flees to her sister in Edinburgh rather than go through with a disastrous marriage Jessica Stirling, A Kiss and a Promise , historical romance set in Scotland about a servant girl who sets out to win the heart of a man whose goal is to marry a girl with enough money to save his family's farm.

    Nigel Tranter, Gold for Prince Charlie , about Rob Roy MacGregor's efforts to protect the gold and arms that arrived too late to help Prince Charlie's supporters win the Battle of Culloden; 3 in the MacGregor trilogy Kate Tremayne, Adam Loveday , about twin brothers in Cornwall and their rivalry for the inheritance of the family estate and the love of a woman; 1 in the Loveday series.

    Review Elizabeth Wilhide, Ashenden , about a present-day brother and sister who inherit an English country house and about the people who lived there from to the present day. Mysteries and Thrillers: 18th Century Britain Click on the title for more information from Powell's Books or another online source, or if you're outside the U.

    Review or Author Interview Robin Blake, A Dark Anatomy , about a village coroner and his physician friend who investigate the murder of a squire's wife in ; 1 in the Cragg and Fidelis mystery series. Continental Europe in the 18th Century Click on the title for more information from Powell's Books or another online source, or if you're outside the U. Review John Dickinson, The Lightstep , about a man who turns against his former revolutionary ideas after the French Revolution and goes to work as spymaster for a German bishop.

    Review at Fictional Appearances Ildefonso Falcones, The Barefoot Queen , about two women friends in Seville, a freed Cuban slave and a gypsy who struggle against the Spanish king's decree outlawing gypsies. Brief Critique Richard Harvell, The Bells , about a Swiss boy with a remarkable voice who joins a choir in Vienna, where he is forced to become a castrato and falls in love with a beautiful, crippled girl.

    In a town full of suspects, Mrs. Malory must go behind closed doors and delve into a slew of small-town secrets if she wants to discover a killer who is far from charitable…. The village of Mere Barton would be a different place without local busybody Annie Roberts. Standing only five feet tall, the tireless retired nurse organizes and oversees all local activity with military precision. But the project is cut short when Annie is found dead from a nasty case of mushroom poisoning—and Mrs.

    Malory seems to be the only one who finds the death suspicious. Because of her nosy nature, Annie had discovered some dark secrets about her fellow villagers. Secrets someone might kill to keep quiet. Malory and A Time To Die. When Charlie is found dead in his stables from a blow to the head—with only his horses as witnesses to his final moments—the entire community is shaken. Always ready with a cup of tea and an ear to the latest gossip, Mrs. Malory finds herself back in the saddle trying to solve another mystery.


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